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  • Robbed: an investigation of corruption in Philippine education

    The Department of Education, Culture and Sports (DECS) provides a classic case of corruption in the Philippines. Nearly all forms of corruption described in academic texts can be found in the department: from low-level bureaucratic corruption to high...

    Chua, Yvonne T.

    Quezon City (Philippines), PCIJ, 1999

  • Fighting corruption in Georgia's universities

    This article examines the fight against corruption in universities in Georgia, focusing particularly on admissions, arguably the most corrupt area in the Georgian higher education. It touches upon the problem of private tutoring and bribing, as well...

    Janashia, Natia

    2004

  • Development cooperation manual

    The Development Cooperation Manual (DCM) of the Norway Ministry of Foreign Affairs is a quality assurance tool, which describes key principles, procedures and standard working methods in different phases of a programme cycle. The programme cycle...

    Norwegian Agency for Development Cooperation

    Oslo, NORAD, 2005

  • Confronting corruption: Ukrainian private higher education

    This paper attempts to understand the challenges facing higher education in Ukraine as a result of corruption. More specifically, it examines the issues of licensing and accreditation, using the finding of interviews conducted with 43 rectors, vice...

    Stetar, Joseph, Panych, Oleksiy, Cheng, Bin

    2005

  • The Cost of corruption in higher education

    Corruption was symptomatic of business and government interactions in Russia and other countries of the former Soviet Union before and during the economic transition of the 1990s. Corruption is difficult to quantify, but the perception of corruption...

    Heyneman, Stephen P., Anderson, Kathryn H., Nuraliyeva, Nazym

    2007

  • Toward effective practice: discouraging degree mills in higher education

    Degree mills are and will continue to be a significant international problem for students, employers, the public, legitimate providers of higher education and accreditation/quality assurance and national governments. The suggestions offered here are...

    Council for Higher Education Accreditation (USA)

    Washington, D.C., CHEA, 2009

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